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Anne Frank, the Diary of a Young Girl
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  • Harsh words and shouts are constantly being flung at my head, though I’m absolutely not used to it.
  • After three days of constant sitting, my backside was stiff and sore.
  • She complains all day long, constantly demands that the bandages be changed and is generally dissatisfied with everything.
  • Since he’s familiar with the entire building, we’re in constant dread that he’ll take it into his head to go have a look at what used to be the laboratory.
  • To me, the torment seems to last for hours, since the chairs I use to make my bed longer are constantly being jiggled under my sleepy head.
  • Let me pause a moment on the subject of Mrs. van Daan and tell you that her attempts to flirt with Father are a constant source of irritation to me.
  • Margot’s a stinker (there’s no other word for it), a constant source of irritation, morning, noon and night.
  • WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1943 Dearest Kitty, This morning I was constantly interrupted, and as a result I haven’t been able to finish a single thing I’ve begun.
  • He told me that his parents fight constantly, about politics and cigarettes and all kinds of things.
  • I’m constantly being chased from one corner to another.
  • No one must know that my heart and mind are constantly at war with each other.
  • Pim goes and sits in a corner with his constant companion, Dickens, in hopes of finding a bit of peace and quiet.
  • It’s about time! Mrs. van Daan’s constant griping is unbearable; now that she can no longer drive us crazy with the invasion, she moans and groans all day about the bad weather.
  • I’ve been thinking of him constantly, and all day long I’ve been repeating to myself, "Oh, Petel, my darling, darling Petel ." Where can I find help? I simply have to go on living and praying to God that, if we ever get out of here, Peter’s path will cross mine and he’ll gaze into my eyes, read the love in them and say, "Oh, Anne, if I’d only known, I’d have come to you long ago."
  • Of course, he’s much more closed than I am, but I know from experience (even though I’m constantly being accused of knowing all there is to know in theory, but not in practice) that in time, even the most uncommunicative types will long as much, or even more, for someone to confide in.

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  • The history of computers is a history of constant technological advancement.
  • She is in constant pain.

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